The school is mourning the tragic loss of two Indiana State University football players and another student who were killed in a DEADLY vehicle accident.
The single-car collision happened early on Sunday in Riley, Indiana when a car carrying five people went off the road, collided with a tree, and caught fire.
ISU football players Caleb VanHooser, 19, and Christian Eubanks, 18, as well as ISU sophomore Jayden Musili, both 19 years old, were identified as the victims by the police.
Omarian Dixon, 20, and John Moore, 19, both ISU football players, were the other two passengers who sustained critical injuries.
“There are no words to express the depth of our sadness about this tragedy,” school president Dr. Deborah J. Curtis said.
“We send our condolences to the family and friends of the students involved. The Sycamore family is mourning and will support each other in this time of grief.”
By tweeting: “It is with (a) heavy heart that we mourn the loss of Caleb VanHooser, former Hawk great and Indiana State football star who was taken home to Heaven early this morning,” VanHooser’s former school, Lakota East High School, acknowledged his terrible passing.
We will always remember what he did for our programme. RIP #2. We cherish you.